Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe

Natural Wild Rice

218.335.7400 | Cass Lake, MN |

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Natural Wild Rice from the pristine lakes and rivers of Northern Minnesota.

Leech Lake Wild Rice delivers the highest quality wild rice available while providing great respect and care to Tribal traditions and the environment. We believe our wild rice is the best anywhere in the world because it is naturally grown as nature intended.

 

Leech Lake Wild Rice is annually harvested by members of our Indigenous community. The traditional harvest is taught from generation to generation and is a binding activity of culture, empowerment, and in the modern world - it provides economic sustainability. These things ensure the harvest is conducted in such a way to respect and honor mother nature.

Hand Harvested Leech Lake Wild Rice

The Real Wild Rice.

Non-cultivated.

Naturally grown.

Hand harvested.

As nature intended.

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Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe - Minnesota

Order Leech Lake Wild Rice today and add the unique, delicious flavor of natural wild rice to your next meal. It also makes a great gift!

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Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe

Natural Wild Rice

Leech Lake Wild Rice is owned and operated by the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Department of Resource Management.

Call:

218.335.7400

Address:

15756 State Hwy 371 NW | Cass Lake, MN 56633

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Leech Lake Wild Rice - 1 pound

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All contents and information are based on the existing knowledge and practices available pertaining to the Wild Rice processes and historical story behind the rice.  This website was partially made possible through funding from the United States Department of Agriculture grant programs.

Photography by Aaron Fairbanks / Photographs courtesy of LLDRM, LLBO Archives, and Leech Lake Tribal College.